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MV welcomes world’s most intact Triceratops

World’s most intact Triceratops lands at Melbourne Museum, ABC News, 14 January 2022

On RN Breakfast with Hamish McDonald

Listen to the broadcast here

It’s been 67 million years in the making, but the world’s most complete Triceratops skeleton has landed at Melbourne Museum for a monumental exhibition.

From March 12, you can catch a glimpse of Horridus the Triceratops, who tips the scales at more than 1,000 kilos and is comprised of 266 bones.

Guest: Dr Erich Fitzgerald, Senior Curator of Vertebrate Palaeontology at Museums Victoria
Producer: Kea Browning
Duration: 7min 37sec
Broadcast: Fri 14 Jan 2022, 6:45am

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